The state lottery has generated record funds for public education again.
The North Carolina Education Lottery announced it transferred nearly $457 million to the state for the fiscal year ending this weekend. That's including more than $100 million from sales in just the past three months. It exceeds last year's total by about $10 million.
The transfer has grown every year since the lottery first began selling tickets in 2006.
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